LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Comedian Rodney Dangerfield remained hospitalized in stable condition Sunday after suffering a mild heart attack on his 80th birthday, his publicist said.
Dangerfield was scheduled to undergo an angiogram, an X-ray of the blood vessels, on Monday, Warren Cowan said. Doctors then will determine what treatment he requires.
Dangerfield, whose long-running gag is that he gets no respect, was hospitalized at Cedars-Sinai Hospital after the heart attack Thursday. The comedian's wife, Joan, expected him to be back home by midweek, Cowan said.
The heart attack came a day after "The Tonight Show" host Jay Leno dedicated a show to the comedian and taped birthday greetings from actors and fellow comics.
Dangerfield has appeared in movies including "Caddyshack," "Back to School," "Easy Money" and "Natural Born Killers."
Mary Bono remarries
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) -- Republican Rep. Mary Bono, who took her late husband's seat in Congress, has married a Wyoming businessman nearly four years after Sonny Bono died in a skiing accident.
Bono and Glenn Baxley, an ex-minor league baseball player, exchanged vows Saturday before more than 300 friends and family at Our Savior's Community Church.
"It's the happiest day of my life," Baxley told the Riverside Press-Enterprise as he and Bono left the church.
Guests included the Bonos' two children, Chianna and Chesare, and Sonny Bono's daughters Christy and Chastity. Also attending were Reps. Steve Buyer, R-Ind.; and Ken Calvert, David Dreier, Duncan Hunter and Jerry Lewis, all California Republicans.
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